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I got to this book because I read The mind in the cave, by Lewis-Williams.
This speaks of a baseline or intuitive cognitive constraint that makes it very hard to imagine the cessation of consciousness since it is paradoxical.
An endlessly fascinating read that gives countless insights on God, "Conceiving God" is a must for any anthropology studies collection.
This fantastically written and researched book shows how religion gets it wrong, and how fundamentalism is dangerously wrong. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ronald A. Trussell
David Lewis-Williams has written an excellent book with "Conceiving God." It is learned, clearly written, and synthesizes (as any explanation of religion must) many fields of... Read morePublished on January 21, 2012 by Thomas Adam L.